These winged, ultra-thin pads are made from bamboo — it’s one of the most eco-friendly and sustainable fibres on the planet, not to mention super absorbent, breathable and soft. Suitable for daytime use.
Did you know some of the most common commercial sanitary products are made with chlorine, bleach and other nasty chemicals? These things don’t belong in our tampons — or our bodies. What’s more, the plastic packaging accompanying these pads and tampons can take 500-800 years to decompose.
Made under compliance with SA8000 in China.
Let’s be honest: periods are not the easiest time of the month. Tsuno makes it easier on your body with disposable, sustainable bamboo fibre sanitary pads and organic cotton tampons. To make that time of the month even more bearable, know that you’re contributing to some pretty important initiatives when you use Tsuno. Their company is considered a social enterprise, with 50% of profits donated to charities that empower women, particularly in the spheres of education and menstrual support. Tsuno is currently working in partnership with One Girl, which provides education scholarships and sanitary pads to marginalised girls in Sierra Leone and Uganda. It’s a flow you can feel good about. Period.